Macron booed by French farmers who blame him for not doing enough to support agriculture

French President Emmanuel Macron has been greeted with boos and whistles at the opening of the Paris Agricultural Fair by angry farmers who blame him for not doing enough to support them

West Africa's ECOWAS bloc says it's lifting sanctions imposed on Niger over last year’s coup in a new push for dialogue

West Africa's ECOWAS bloc says it's lifting sanctions imposed on Niger over last year’s coup in a new push for dialogue

West Africa's regional bloc lifts coup sanctions on Niger in a new push for dialogue

West Africa’s regional bloc known as ECOWAS has lifted travel, commercial and economic sanctions imposed on Niger which were aimed at reversing the coup staged in the country last year

Macron booed by French farmers who blame him for not doing enough to support agriculture

French President Emmanuel Macron has been greeted with boos and whistles at the opening of the Paris Agricultural Fair by angry farmers who blame him for not doing enough to support them

The body of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been handed over to his mother, Navalny's aide says

The body of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been handed over to his mother, Navalny's aide says

West Africa's ECOWAS bloc says it's lifting sanctions imposed on Niger over last year’s coup in a new push for dialogue

West Africa's ECOWAS bloc says it's lifting sanctions imposed on Niger over last year’s coup in a new push for dialogue

West African heads meet to keep junta-led nations in bloc and review sanctions against Niger coup

Heads of state across West Africa are meeting on Saturday to discuss the region’s challenges and to call again on three junta-led nations to rescind their decision to quit the regional bloc and a plan to review imposed sanctions to reverse...

The significance of the South Carolina GOP primary

Voters in South Carolina head to the polls Saturday for the Republican primary. Paula Newton speaks with Natasha Lindstaedt, a professor of government at the Univeristy of Essex, about what to expect.

Brazil's president accuses Israel of committing genocide in Gaza, doubling down after earlier uproar

Brazil’s president has alleged that Israel is committing genocide against Palestinians

Many in Myanmar consider fleeing to Thailand to escape conscription into an army they despise

Ever since Myanmar's military announced it is implementing conscription to fill its ranks, Thwel sees very few options

Widow of Navalny accuses Putin of mocking Christianity for refusing to return her husband's body

The widow of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has accused President Vladimir Putin of mocking Christianity by trying to force his mother to agree to a secret funeral after his death in a penal colony

Oil slick in the Red Sea from a British-owned ship attack by Yemen’s Houthis, US military says

The U.S. military says an attack by Yemeni Houthi rebels on a Belize-flagged ship earlier this month caused a significant oil leak

Ukraine marks two years since Russia's full-scale invasion as troops face challenges on front line

Ukraine is marking two years since Russia's full-scale invasion with a somber mood hanging over the country

From the classroom to the polls: Hear from South Carolina students ahead of GOP primary

CNN's Gary Tuchman speaks to a group of students at May River High School in South Carolina ahead of the Republican primary in that state.

After 2 years of war, questions abound on whether Kyiv can sustain the fight against Russia

The future looks bleak for war-weary Ukraine

Trump speaks out about IVF but stays silent on abortion. Reporter has theory why

Former President Donald Trump said he supports women having access to in vitro fertilization in response to the Alabama Supreme Court's IVF ruling. CNN's Kristin Holmes explains how Trump is trying to walk a fine line about reproductive rights...

Colombia will send deep-water expedition to explore 300-year-old shipwreck thought to hold treasure

Colombia’s government has announced an underwater exploration more than 600 meters deep to investigate and try to raise objects from the mythical galleon San José

Senators urge Biden to end duty-free treatment for packages valued at less than $800

Two U.S. senators looking to crack down on the number of packages from China that enter the country duty-free are calling on President Joe Biden to take executive action

$454 million judgment against Trump is finalized, starting clock on appeal in civil fraud case

The staggering civil fraud judgment against Donald Trump was finalized by a New York county clerk on Friday

White House, tribal leaders hail 'historic' deal to restore salmon runs in Pacific Northwest

The Biden administration, leaders of four Columbia River Basin tribes and the governors of Oregon and Washington have signed papers formally launching a $1 billion plan to help recover depleted salmon populations in the Pacific Northwest

Colombia to send deep-water expedition to explore 300-year-old shipwreck thought to hold treasure

Colombia’s government has announced an underwater exploration more than 600 meters deep to investigate and try to raise objects from the mythical galleon San José, sunk in the 18th century in the country’s northern Caribbean and...